Captain William Hendricks and the march to Quebec, 1775. With maps by Dorothy Kendall. by Robert Grant Crist

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Captain William Hendricks and the March to Quebec () PREFACE In Camp Hill, Cumberland County, stands a marker erected by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission commemorat­ing the Hendricks Riflemen, who earned their glory.

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Captain William Hendricks and the march to Quebec (), with maps by Dorothy Kendall., Toronto Public Library. Creation of the army. The Continental Army was established by the Continental Congress on J which is also recognized as the founding date of its successor, the United States that day, the Continental Congress assumed responsibility for militia regiments that had been raised by the colonies of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

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The Battle of Quebec (French: Bataille de Québec) was fought on Decembetween American Continental Army forces and the British defenders of Quebec City early in the American Revolutionary battle was the first major defeat of the war for the Americans, and it came with heavy losses.

General Richard Montgomery was killed, Benedict Arnold was wounded, and Daniel Location: Quebec City, Province of Quebec (present. Hendricks, William. Journal of Captain William Hendricks from Carlisle to Boston, thence to Quebec, Journals and diaries of the War of the Revolution with lists of officers and soldiers, (Pennsylvania Archives, ).

The “direful howling wilderness” quote, from the journal of Isaac Senter (p. ) inspired the title of an excellent secondary account, Thomas Desjardin, Through a Howling Wilderness: Benedict Arnold’s March to Quebec, (New York: St.

Martin’s Press, ).Author: Ray Raphael. A fascinating, detailed account of Benedict Arnold's secret expedition to Quebec, as well as the Battle of Quebec and the author's experiences as a prisoner of war. Captain William Humphrey served in the Rhode Island Regiment during the American Revolutionary War.

His first journal entries is dated September 9, as the expedition is setting Price: $ HENDRICKS'S JOURNAL. This is entitled "Journal of the March of a Party of Provincials from Carlyle to Boston," and from thence to Quebec, begun July 13 and ended Decem ; to which is 1775.

book an "Account of the Attack and Engagement of Quebec, the 31st of December, " Glasgow,pp. Author of Penn's Example to the Nations, Captain William Hendricks and the march to Quebec,Confederate Invasion of the West Shore -Robert Whitehill and the struggle for civil rights, Manor on the market, The land in Cumberland called.

Battle of Quebec: Decem Benedict Arnold: Traitor. On Decemduring the American Revolutionary War (), Patriot. 2 Crist, Robert Grant, Captain Williams Hendricks and the March to Quebec (),p. 10 3 Stroup, John Martin and Bell, Raymond Martin; The Genesis of Mifflin County, MCHS, 4 Kennedy, Col., William V., Thompsons Pennsylvania Rifle Battalion, p.

Crist, Robert Grant Captain William Hendricks and the March to Quebec, Hamilton Library and Historical Association of Cumberland County Paperback Very Good softcover in stapled wrappers. 32 pages. Prior owner's stamp inside front cover. Wrappers a little age-toned at edges.

Internally very clean. Through a Howling Wilderness by Thomas A. Desjardin is a thoroughly researched historical depiction of the harrowing march of Benedict Arnold's to Quebec in It is of particular interest as it takes the reader through Maine which at the time was part of Massachusetts/5.

In latea few months a-fter the first shots of the Revolution were fired, Benedict Arnold led more than one thousand troops into Quebec to attack the British there. Departing from Massachusetts, by the time they reached Pittston, Maine, they were in desperate need of supplies and equipment to carry them the rest of the way/5.

Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, Contributor Names Dearborn, Henry, Library of Congress Control Number Language English Description Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts historical society, alphabetical name index to roster of men in arnold expedition to quebec key to companies no.

from roster company 1 headquarters 2 thayer dearborn3 ward4 hubbard5 hendricks6 smith7 hanchett8 topham9 goodrich10 morgan11 mccobb12 colburn13 scott14 williams15 guides,scouts,indians16 first name last name rank co.

a adams private 9ebenezerFile Size: KB. William Hendricks and his company were from Cumberland County and served at the Siege of Boston for a month before making the incredibly difficult expedition to Quebec under Colonel Arnold’s command (September to November ).

He was killed in the assault of Quebec on 31 December Along with Captain Hendricks, two enlisted men were. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Journals and Diaries of the War of the Revolution with Lists of Officers and Soldiers Journal of Major Ennion Williams [ Page 1] Journal of Captain William Hendricks [ Page 21] Henry’s Journal of the Campaign Against Quebec [ Page 59] Diary of Lt.

James McMichaels [ Page ]. Left to right Major Meigs, Captain Samuel Ward, Jr., and Captain William Hendricks at the Battle of Quebec in Enlisted after exchanged.

Meigs was exchanged on 10 th January, and rejoined the next month, spending the next four years commanding Continental troops. He re-enlisted as Lt. Colonel in Colonel Henry Sherburne’s Additional.

Full text of "Pennsylvania in the war of the revolution, battalions and line. " See other formats. William Goforth—A Short Biography The Stage—Three Rivers, Quebec, – Translator’s Notes Summer September October November December January February March April May June Notes on the Provenance of Badeaux’s Journal Appendix 1—The Accounts of the Three Rivers Ursuline Nuns.

Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec - A Critical Study Together with a Reprint of Arnold's Journal By Justin H. Smith; Professor of Modern History, Dartmouth College NOTES, continued The Lancaster County company was commanded by Captain Matthew Smith, and the Cumberland County (Carlisle) company by Captain William Hendricks.

Battle: Quebec War: American Revolution Date of the Battle of Quebec 31 st December Place of the Battle of Quebec Quebec in Canada. Combatants at the Battle of Quebec American troops attacked a force comprised of British recruits and French Canadian militia and volunteers.

Generals at the Battle of Quebec The Governor of Canada, Guy Carleton, and. Decem Defeat of the Americans and death of General Montgomery at the walls of Quebec. ARNOLD'S MARCH TO QUEBEC IN by Barry M. Gough From an address given to the United Empire Loyalists.

Grand River Branch. Waterloo, Ontario, November. March to Quebec by Kenneth Lewis Roberts and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Capture of Fort Ticonderoga occurred during the American Revolutionary War onwhen a small force of Green Mountain Boys led by Ethan Allen and Colonel Benedict Arnold surprised and captured the fort's small British garrison.

The cannons and other armaments were later transported to Boston by Colonel Henry Knox and used to fortify Dorchester Heights and break the standoff at Location: Ticonderoga, Essex County, New York. The American attack on Quebec in was a key episode in the War of Independence.

Capture of the city would give the Americans control of Canada - a disaster for the British. The subsequent campaign involved a mile trek across uninhabited wilderness, a desperate American attack on the city of Quebec that left one American general dead and another wounded, and a British counterattack that.

Soldier's Rank In:Captain Soldier's Rank Out:Private Alternate name:William W./Hendricks Film Number:M ROLL 15 Plaque Number: Notes: General Note - Original filed under William W./Hendricks.

On Janu William was appointed as Captain of Company C, 22nd South Carolina Infantry. On May 5, he was dropped from the : Annie (Hughes) Pearson.

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William Hendricks. Journals Of The Campaign Against Quebec, By John Joseph Henry. Quebec Expedition, [Upon the capture of Fort Ticonderoga in May, '75, the project of invading Canada became popular both in Congress and the Army.

Gen. Montgomery having been authorized to make the attempt by way of Lake Champlain, Washington organized an expedition to co-operate with him by the way of the Kennebec and the Maine woods.

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PRYOR, WILLIAM, ship’s captain, businessman, and office holder; b. in New York City, son of Edward Pryor and Jane Vermilye; m. 19 March Mary Barbara Voss; d. 4 Sept. in Halifax. The Pryors were a loyalist family that came to Halifax from New York in William’s grandfather arrived in America as a master carpenter but quickly and with considerable success turned to trade.

The American attack on Quebec in was a key episode in the American War of Independence (). Capture of the city would give the Americans control of Canada – a disaster for the In this book Brendan Morrissey details the events of this ferocious struggle whose results would have such momentous consequences at Saratoga in.

William Hendricks b in Little Conegwago Waters, York Co., PA d in Florida (This is the Capt. William cks, the Loyalist. He fled to Florida in s.

Left deed for his SC land in Union Co Court Records naming all his children and wife.))Spouse: Margaret (Evans) Hendricks. The Battle of Quebec was an attempt on Decemby American colonial forces to capture the city of Quebec, drive the British military from the Province of Quebec, and enlist French Canadian support for the American Revolutionary War.

Young Abraham served in Capt. William Hendricks ' company. The Riflemen marched from Carlisle, Pennsylvania, to Boston, Massachusetts during the summer of There they joined the First Pennsylvania Regiment. Across the Northern Wilderness to Quebec City.

The regiment joined an assault force of 1, men at Boston in the autumn of Author Brendan Morrissey provides a concise factual account in the Osprey Campaign Series book "Quebec The American Invasion of Canada." In a military sense, both the brand new American army and the British Army were operating at the extreme limit of their respective military capabilities in /5(11).

The Battle of Quebec was fought on the night of December 30/31, during the American Revolution (). Beginning in Septemberthe invasion of Canada was the first major offensive operation conducted by American forces during the war.

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